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    I think you would agree that aesthetics plays a huge part in car building. An aesthetically pleasing car will garner more attention, be appreciated more, have more value, and be easier to sell than one that is not.
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    I absolutely agree. It's goofy.

    I think that if the engine were raised, and a truck bed added, it would look much better
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    I don't think it's hopeless, I agree adding a bed and for me lowering the body and headlights would make it look a lot better
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    With some work, it could be rebuilt to look more like this one.
    http://www.google.com/search?q=bucke...oWiWVXE0CFAOM:
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    Maybe I'm goofy too, because I like the higher headlights and cab. If I had Photoshop I'd raise the engine (side pipes level with frame bottom) and add a bed. I know I'd like it.
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